Understanding Pregnancy Nausea

  • What is Morning Sickness and Why It Happens
  • Morning sickness refers to nausea and vomiting during the first trimester of the pregnancy. It can be unpleasant, challenging, and, for a few women, a source of dire health concerns and complications during their pregnancy. It's a common condition that affects up to 70% of pregnant people in the first three months.

    The exact cause of morning sickness is unknown. However, it has been linked to lower blood sugar levels and hormonal changes during early pregnancy. Emotional stress, traveling, fatigue, or some triggering foods like spicy or greasy dishes can worsen the problem. It's even more common and severe in cases of twin or triplet pregnancies.

Exploring Remedies for Pregnancy Nausea

  • Every pregnancy journey is unique...
  • Every pregnancy journey is unique, and the same can certainly be stated for morning sickness. Like most things in pregnancy, morning sickness varies in frequency and severity for every female, but for some, it can be severe, persistent, and concerning. Women who experience persistent nausea, an inability to keep down water or food, and vomiting or motion sickness that lasts all day may have hyperemesis gravidarum, which is a serious form of morning sickness where the mother-to-be needs urgent medical attention and, in some cases, hospitalization.

    Experiencing severe morning sickness and any challenging pregnancy symptoms can be debilitating and painful to manage, so it's important that pregnant women recognize and lean into the support systems that are around them throughout their journey. It can be in the form of friends and family, health professionals, and/or morning sickness remedies like UpSpring's Stomach Settle® Morning Sickness Relief Drops, which offer a gentle solution to help ease nausea and discomfort during pregnancy.

Effective Remedies for Pregnancy Nausea

  • Natural Solutions for Pregnancy Nausea
  • Some natural tips and remedies for pregnancy nausea include:

    1. Ginger helps settle an upset stomach. So you can try ginger tea, ginger preserves, ginger chews, or ginger ale made with real ginger. You can also rely on UpSpring's Stomach Settle® Morning Sickness Relief Drops. Formulated with carefully selected naturally sourced ingredients, including ginger, these herbal drops offer soothing relief from morning sickness discomfort, allowing you to embrace your pregnancy journey with greater comfort and ease.
    2. Eating small snacks or meals throughout the day, every two to three hours, avoiding too much food at a time.
    3. Avoid greasy, oily, and spicy foods, along with high sugar foods.
    4. Suck or sniff sliced lemon or peppermint if a certain odor bothers you.
    5. Choose nutritious foods such as complex carbohydrates, including whole wheat bread, bananas, pasta, and green, leafy vegetables.
    6. Sip water in between meals. If you prefer, try carbonated liquids low in sugar, like ginger ale.
    7. Don't shift positions too quickly.
    8. Keep crackers near your bed. Munch on them before getting up in the morning.
    9. Try acupressure wristbands that are designed for motion sickness.
  • Over-the-Counter Options for Morning Sickness Relief
  • Over-the-counter treatments for morning sickness can include medications as well as dietary supplements such as vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine). Vomiting and nausea during pregnancy can lead to dehydration and an imbalance of electrolytes, such as potassium or sodium. In this case, medical attention is required to replace fluids and in some cases, prescribe medication for moderate to severe morning sickness. Always consult your healthcare professional when symptoms persist.

  • Morning Sickness Lozenges: Your Sweet Relief
  • Are you experiencing nausea, gas, bloating, and vomiting during pregnancy? UpSpring's Stomach Settle® Morning Sickness Relief Drops are here to offer you sweet relief. Designed to ease discomfort with its gentle formula, this morning sickness option provides a comforting solution for those challenging moments. With four ingredients, including naturally sourced ginger, spearmint, and lemon, along with vitamin B6 carefully selected to soothe your stomach, these drops provide relief when you need it most. They contain no synthetic colors, no artificial flavors and are gluten-free and non-GMO. These drops are individually wrapped, discreet, and easy to use for travel and on the go. Let them be your ally in navigating the ups and downs of morning sickness and pregnancy, one sweet drop at a time. As with all dietary supplements, consult your healthcare professional before use.

Why Choose UpSpring?

At UpSpring, we nurture the nurturers. We understand the struggles of pregnancy, and we're here to make them a little easier. Our products are carefully crafted with you in mind, offering solutions to common challenges like morning sickness so you can focus on what matters most: your well-being and the precious life growing within you. At UpSpring, we go beyond just providing products. We offer support, understanding, and a sense of community to all mothers-to-be. With a commitment to quality and safety, our carefully curated lineup of solutions addresses the diverse needs and concerns of expectant mothers. Trust UpSpring to support you through every step of your journey to motherhood.